According to various reports,
the seven finance ministers of the G7 have asked to meet leaders of the
ten largest banks, including Citigroup and Mizuho Corporate Bank,
tomorrow. The aim is to create a strategy to deal with the
widening panic over the global credit crisis.
A Japanese Finance
Ministry official said: "About 10 people from major financial
institutions in the world have been invited to exchange views on what
was behind the recent financial market turbulence and how best to deal
with it. It’s an informal meeting, so it’s not a place to ask banks to
Sounds like the usual bank:goverment meeting then.